Dell Helps Clients Migrate Apps to Salesforce Platform; Raman Sapra Comments

DellLogo EbizDell has introduced services for customers to develop and migrate applications to the Salesforce platform.

Dell will provide advisory and application migration services to clients and serve to help design and manage applications, Dell said Tuesday.

Raman Sapra, executive director and global lead of strategy and business innovation services at Dell Services, said the company intends for the services to help customers build fresh applications using cloud platforms compatible with their business.

Users can use the Salesforce platform to collaborate across organizations, update applications and handle capacity requirements.

Dell will also deliver cloud consulting and application services intended to help customers evaluate, run and control cloud platforms.

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